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From the Editor – Issue 51

Al Erisman outlines the material in this issue of Ethix.

Dear Ethix – Issue 51

Letters commenting on the report from Africa.

TechWatch: Executive Decisions About Technology

Management decisions involving technology require a lot of understanding of the details, because the details matter.

Shirley Ann Jackson: Energy, Ethics, and Education

Shirley Ann Jackson on the ethical questions of Energy and her concern for the Academy.

NewsNotables – Issue 51

Stolen Laptop Leads to More Employee Data Loss
The Seattle Times, November 5, 2006
Panel Urges Relaxing Rules For Oversight
The Wall Street Journal, November 30, 2006
Freezing Out Identity Thieves
The Wall Street Journal, December 2, 2006

Essay: Internet Creating "Small Town" Accountability for Business?

Comments by Robert L. Bunting are excerpts from the Baldwin Distinguished Speaker Series talk that Bunting gave to students and faculty at the School of Business and Economics, Seattle Pacific University, October 31, 2006.

InReview – Issue 51

Profit With Honor: The New Stage of Market Capitalism
by Daniel Yankelovich
Amazonia: Five Years at the Epicenter of the Dot.Com Juggernaut
by James Marcus
Future Hype: The Myths of Technology Change
by Bob Seidensticker

Ethix Forum – Issue 51

Has your job, or the job of a colleague, been changed or eliminated by technology? Do you have a job that didn’t exist 10 years ago but does now because of technology? Tell us about it.

What Is the Proper Response to an Affair?

How do you manage a company through the turmoil caused from an affair?